Yard House at the Fountains in Roseville

Photo Credit: Lauren Gibbs | Roseville Patch
With my mom and a few family members at the Bradley Lodge, my dad and I headed to the Yard House in Roseville for dinner tonight. With a beer list and menu of 130+ items each, there are plenty of choices for everyone. The island bar in the center of the restaurant is among the longest I have ever seen and has three miles of beer lines overhead that deliver each beer from a keg storage room to the bar and into waiting glasses.

We decided that for our first visit, we would try it all ... well at least have a few courses.

Beers: Big Sky Moose Drool and Grand Teton Bitch Creek ESB (Extra Special Bitters)

Starter/Snack: Sweet Potato Fries with creamed maple bacon dip

Main Courses:
Surf & Turf - Swiss Cheese, grilled asparagus, Maine lobster sauteed in garlic sautéed in garlic butter, tomato béarnaise

Spicy Jambalaya - blackened jumbo shrimp, spicy chicken–andouille sausage, red and pasilla peppers pan blackened with sweet crawfish and cajun tomato cream sauce served with linguini pasta, jasmine or brown rice
Desserts: Mini Chocolate Soufflé with vanilla ice cream and Mini Peach Apple Cobbler with caramel ice cream
The presentation and taste of every dish was fantastic. My only complaint ... my soufflé didn't seem to puff up like I am used to, so it was more of a chocolate cake/brownie with ice cream. That said, it was divine and I still ate it.

Comments

Hello Andrew,

Thanks for taking the time to write up your experience at our new location in Roseville! We're glad to see that you and your Dad enjoyed your experience. Which of the beers you tried, Big Sky Moose Drool or Grand Teton Bitch Creek, was your favorite?
See you again soon,
The Yard House team
MrAndrewBradley said…
I loved the Moose Drool, my dad enjoys ESBs, so he was a huge fan of the Grand Teton.

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